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Winter 1995-96



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Family Values Day
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Symphony No. 4, excerpts from movements 1-2. Leningrad Symphony Orchestra, Dmitri Kabalevsky, conductor. Monitor LP MC2007.
  3. Tom Johnson: Failing: A Very Difficult Piece for String Bass. Robert Black, double bass. From "Bang on a Can Live, Volume One." CRI CD628..
  4. Harry Roesli: Titik Api (Point of Fire), 1977. Indonesian television recording provided by Jody Diamond.
  5. I Wayan Sadra: Work in Progress, 1991. David Fuqua, Jody Diamond, John Puterbaugh, I Wayan Sadra. Leonarda Music Journal CD ISAST2.
  6. Jody Diamond and Virgil Thompson: Gending Chelsea. 1993. Recording provided by Jody Diamond.
  7. Larry Polansky: Anna's Music Box. The composer's software live on a Macintosh Powerbook.
  8. Larry Polansky and I Wayan Sadra: Bedhaya Sadra/Bedhaya Guthrie, based on Ranger's Command by Woody Guthrie. Daniel Goode. Recording provided by Larry Polansky.
  9. David Mahler: Elvis is Watching You. Saugus Newhall Band with Larry Polansky, guitar. Wind-Up Music Cassette [privately issued], P.O. Box 2421, Seattle, Washington 98111-2421.
  10. David Mahler: Christmas Time of Year. Saugus Newhall Band with Larry Polansky, guitar. Wind-Up Music Cassette.
  11. Larry Polansky: Three Anna Studies. Larry Polansky, software and sampling. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Tony Prabawa: Exsperimen Komposisi Karawitan. Tony Prabawa, overdubbed instruments. Recording provided by Jody Diamond.
  13. Joel Chadabe: Valentine. Jan Williams, percussion. From "After Some Songs". Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.

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Smooth Music Rant
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. David Ott: The Water Garden: Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra, first movement. David Laufer, cello. Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Zdenek Macal, conductor. Koss Classics CD KC-1023.
  3. Michael Torke: Chalk, excerpt. Balanescu Quartet. Argo CD 436 565-2.
  4. Michael Torke: Saxophone Concerto, first movement. John Harle, Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Argo CD 443 529-2.
  5. Jaron Lanier: Circular Saw. Jaron Lanier, bowed psaltery. From "Instruments of Changes". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  6. Nick Didkovsky: Out to Bomb Fresh Kings and Mr. Stiff Fries a Dozen, excerpt. From "Dr. Nerve: Armed Observation". Cunieform Records LP Rune 8.
  7. Nick Didkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  8. Arvo Pärt: Fratres. From "Tabula Rasa". 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. ECM CD 78118-221275-2.
  9. Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces II. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  10. Joel Chadabe: Valentine. From "After Some Songs". Jan Williams, percussion. Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.
  11. Scott Lindroth: Relations to Rigor. From "Bang on a Can Festival, Volume 1". Emergency Music, CRI CD 628.
  12. Carl Stone: Young Jump. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD NT 6739 2.
  13. Steve Knopoff: Fun People to Be Around. Some Philharmonic, 1983 [unnumbered LP].
  14. Todd Levin: Blur: Fragrance Free Mix. From "DeLuxe". London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 647-2.
  15. Eric Lyon: Bonko Bonzo. From "Thump Piano Duo". Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, pianos. Frog Peak Music CD FP 003.
  16. Poul Ruders: Gong. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.

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A Cheap History of Minimalism
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Invocation, Entrance and Dance of the Glaou. From "Anthology of Music of Black Africa". Everest LP 3254/3.
  3. Steve Reich: Itís Gonna Rain. Columbia LP MS7264.
  4. Steve Reich: Clapping Music. Performed live by Kalvos and Damian.
  5. Terry Riley: In C. Members of the Creative and Performing Arts in the State University of New York at Buffalo, Terry Riley, leader. CBS CD MK 7178.
  6. Harry Partch: Cloud Chamber Bowls. Gate 5 Ensemble. CRI LP SRD 193.
  7. Gamelan Kyahi Surak. From "Gamelan Music from Java". Deutsche Grammophon LP 2535 462.
  8. Kevin Volans: White Man Sleeps No. 1. Kronos String Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps" Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  9. Ivo Malec: Oral. French Radio Philharmonic, Charles Brück, conductor. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1082.
  10. Philip Glass: Music in 12 Parts. Philip Glass and Ensemble. Virgin LP ORL 8049.
  11. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD 1129-2.
  12. Philip Glass: Satyagraha, Act I, Scene 1. New York City Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Christopher Keene, Director. CBS Masterworks LP I3M 39672.
  13. Steve Reich: Tehillim, conclusion of Part 1. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD 78118-21215-2.
  14. David Hykes: Telescoping, Part VI from "Hearing Solar Winds / à l'Écoute des Vents Solaires". The Harmonic Choir. Ocora LP 558 607.
  15. Hamza el Din: Water Wheel. Kronos String Quartet. From "Pieces of Africa". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79275-2.
  16. Laurie Anderson: O Superman (for Massenet). Warner Bros. LP BSK 3674.
  17. Paul Winter: Missa Gaia, Part 1. Paul Winter Consort. Living Music Records LP [no number].
  18. Steve Reich: The Desert Music. Steve Reich and Musicians, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Nonesuch LP 9 79101-1.
  19. Furious Pig: Johnny's So Long. Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  20. Darius Milhaud: Le Boeuf sur le Toît. Orchestre de l'Opéra de Lyon, Kent Nagano, conductor. Musifrance CD2292-45820-2.
  21. Ask Aggie, No. 2. Produced by David Gunn.

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Musical Diseases
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Walter Piston: Three New England Sketches: Mountains. New York Chamber Symphony of the 92nd Street Y, Gerard Schwarz, conductor. Delos CD DE 3106.
  3. Theme to the George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, 1937. Mark56 Records LP 735.
  4. Joel Chadabe: Valentine, after My Funny Valentine. Jan Williams, percussion; Joel Chadabe, electronics. From "After Some Songs". Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.
  5. Rodgers & Hart: My Funny Valentine. Sung by Tony Bennett. From "American Popular Song", Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. CBS Special Products LP R031. Original on Columbia LP CS-8242, 1959.
  6. Joel Chadabe: Valentine, reprise.
  7. Antonio Carlos Jobin: Corcavalo. Played by João Gilberto. World Pacific CD 7 93891 2.
  8. Joel Chadabe: Echoes of Brazil, after Corcavalo. From "After Some Songs". Bruno Spoerri, saxophone.
  9. Joel Chadabe: A Touch of Africa. From "After Some Songs". Jan Williams, Reto Weber, Bruno Spoerri, Joel Chadabe.
  10. Joel Chadabe: Elusive Lady, after Stella By Starlight. From "After Some Songs". Jan Williams, Bruno Spoerri, Joel Chadabe.
  11. Joel Chadabe: Many Mornings, Many Moods, after In a Sentimental Mood. From "After Some Songs". Jan Wliiams, Joel Chadabe.
  12. Carl Stone: Wall Me Do. From "Four Pieces". Electro-Acoustic Music Discs CD 201.
  13. James Tenney: Blue Suede. From "Selected Works". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007.

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The Long Jump
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. John Zorn: Spillane, excerpt. From "Spillane". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79172-2.
  3. Jaron Lanier: Cream Soda. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  4. Carl Stone: Wall Me Do. From "Four Pieces". EAM Disks CD 201.
  5. Carl Stone: Gadberry's. From "Mom's Bar-B-Q". New Albion CD NA 049 CD.
  6. Carl Stone: Shing Kee. From "Four Pieces".
  7. Carl Stone: Gild. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD NT 6739 2.
  8. Carl Stone: Young Jump. From "Kamiya Bar".
  9. Carl Stone: Cooking Papa. From "Kamiya Bar".
  10. The Best of The Sesquihour, Mark VII. Produced by David Gunn.
  11. Alfred Schnittke: Moz-Art à la Haydn. Gidon Kremer, Tatiana Gridenko, violins, Chamber Orchestra of Europe. DGG CD 429 413-2.
  12. Nick Mason: Speak to Me. Performed by Pink Floyd. Capitol/EMI CD CDP 0777 7.

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Politics and Pepsi
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Philip Glass: Hydrogen Jukebox. Libretto by Allen Ginsberg. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79286-2.
  3. David Gunn: Felix Goes Awry, a tape collage. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. George Crumb: Black Angels, Part One. From "Black Angels". Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79242.
  5. Vetar Vee. From "Village Music of Bulgaria". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79195-2.
  6. Dimitro, sino Dimitro. From "Village Music of Burgaria".
  7. István Márta: Doom. A sigh. From "Black Angels".
  8. Susan Bettmann and the Dragon Dance Theatre: Phaedon's Ride, excerpts from the pageant. Mt. Hunger, Vermont, 1995. Recording produced by Dennis Darrah.
  9. Susan Bettmann and the Dragon Dance Theatre: Earth Day and All Species Parade, excerpts. 1994. Recording produced by Dennis Darrah.
  10. Susan Bettmann and the Dragon Dance Theatre: Phadeon's Ride and other excerpts. 1994-95. Recording produced by Dennis Darrah.
  11. V. Soloviev-Sedoy: On the March. Red Star Army Chorus. From "Kalinka". Teldec CD 77307-2.
  12. George Crumb: Ghost Dance from Ancient Voices of Children. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79149-2.
  13. Madsen and Greene: Slow Down Krishna. From "Shut Up and Sing". The Bobs. Rounder CD 9039.
  14. David Kraus: All This and More. From "Some Sort of Angel". Hochin Music CD [no number]
  15. Stephen Gryc: from Six Mechanicals. From "New Music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  16. Tigran Tahmizyan: A Cool Wind is Blowing. From "Night Prayers". Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD
  17. David Byrne: Psycho Killer. The Bobs. From "The Bobs" Rhino CD R2 71464.

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Classix of the Avant-Garde
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Couragie. From "Rocky Road to Dublin". Delta Music, Kings Galliard. Laserlight CD 15-370
  3. Alban Berg: Violin Concerto, first movement. Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin. Chicago Symphony Orchestra, James Levine, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 437 093-2
  4. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Momente, opening section. Martina Arroyo, Aloys Kontarsky, Alfons Kontarsky. Nonesuch LP H-71157
  5. Anthony Gnazzo: The Population Explosion. From "American Text Sound Pieces" 1750 Arch LP 1752
  6. Morton Subotnik: Silver Apples of the Moon, opening. Nonesuch LP H-71174
  7. Aram Saroyan: Crickets. From "American Text Sound Pieces"
  8. Milton Babbitt: Ensembles for Synthesizer. From "New Electronic Music from Leaders of the Avant-Garde". Columbia LP MS 7051
  9. Peter Maxwell Davies: Eight Songs for a Mad King, Numbers 1-2. Julius Eastman, The Fires of London. Nonesuch LP H-71285
  10. Pauline Oliveros: Sound Patterns. From "Extended Voices". Odyssey LP 32 16 0155
  11. Alban Berg: Adagio from Lulu. Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig, Herbert Kegel, conductor. Berlin Classics CD 0090202BC
  12. Iannis Xenakis: Bohor I, conclusion. From "Iannis Xenakis: Electro-Acoustic Music". Nonesuch LP H-71246
  13. George Rochberg: String Quartet No. 3, end of first movement, March. Concord String Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71283
  14. Morton Feldman: Christian Wolff in Cambridge. From "Extended Voices".
  15. Kurt Weill: Alabama Song. Performed by Kamikaze Ground Crew. Busmeat Records LP BR 101
  16. John Cage and Lejaren Hiller: HPSCHD for harpsichords and computer-generated tape sounds. Nonesuch LP H-71224
  17. György Ligeti: Volumina. Gerd Zacher, organ. Candide LP CE 31009
  18. Bill Gilliam: Piano Variations, first movement. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. Robert Ashley: She Was a Visitor. From "Extended Voices"
  20. Igor Stravinsky: Fanfare for Two Trumpets. From "Recent Stravinsky". Columbia LP MS 6454

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Unavoidable Conclusions
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Olivier Messiaen: Abîme des oiseaux from Quartet for the End of Time. New York Philomusica Chamber Ensemble. Vox Box CD CDX1283.
  3. Jerome Kern: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes. Thelonius Monk, piano; Paris, June 1954. From "Thelonius Monk: Piano Solos". Everest LP FS 336.
  4. Steve Gryc: The Moon Reflected in a Pond from The Moon's Mirror: Three Nocturnes for Flute and Chamber Orchestra. John Wion, flute; New River Chamber Players, Tibor Pusztai, conductor. From "New Music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  5. Henri Vieuxtemps: Romanza for Violin and Piano. Franco Gulli, violin; Enrica Gulli Cavallo, piano. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1359.
  6. John Cage: A Valentine Out of Season. From "In a Landscape". Stephen Drury, piano. Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  7. David Kraus: Yehe Dayr Kabhee Nahe Hogee. From "Some Sort of Angel". Hochin Music CD [unnumbered]
  8. David Kraus: Gone Today, Here Tomorrow. From "Some Sort of Angel".
  9. David Kraus: Rebecca's Child. From "Some Sort of Angel".
  10. David Kraus: Bravo Mi Corazón. From "Some Sort of Angel".
  11. David Kraus: Hochin. From "Some Sort of Angel".
  12. Thelonius Monk: 'Round Midnight. From "Jazz Piano, volume III" Smithsonian Records CD RD 039. Original on Riverside LP RLP 12-235.
  13. Eldon Rathburn: Junction. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.
  14. Conlon Nancarrow: Prelude and Blues. Cheryl Seltzer, piano. Musical Heritage Society CD 512764M.
  15. Poul Ruders: Scherzando prestissimo from Symphony: Himmelhoch jauchzend -- zum Tode betrübt. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.

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Psychic Composers Network
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Arnold Schoenberg: Kammersymphonie Nr. 1. Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Heinz Holliger, conductor. Teldec CD 2292-46019-2.
  3. Frank Zappa: Peaches en Regalia. From "Hot Rats". Ryko CD RCD 10066.
  4. Frank Zappa: Kong VI. From "Uncle Meat" Ryko CD RCD 10064-5.
  5. Edgar Varèse: Octandre. From "l'OEuvre de Edgar Varèse, Vol. 1, 1920-1927". Orchestre National de France, Kent Nagano, conductor. Musifrance CD 4509-92137-2.
  6. Steve Reich: Four Sections, Parts 2 and 3. London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 79220-2.
  7. Edgar Varèse: Hyperprism. From "l'OEuvre de Edgar Varèse, Vol. 1...".
  8. Eduardo Ponsdomenech: Untitled. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Laurie Spiegel: Sound Zones. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  10. Klarenz Barlow: In Januar am Nil. Ensemble Köln, Robert HP Platz, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Eldon Rathburn: Turbo. From "Mostly Railroad Music" Atlantic Brass Quintet. Crystal Records CD CD520.
  12. Serge Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew Themes. From "Works for Orchestra Vol. I". National Orchestra of l'ORTF, Jean Martinon, conductor. VoxBox CD CDX 5001.
  13. Drew Krause: Dead Aria. From "New Graduate Works from the Experimental Music Studios, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign". Denon Digital [no number].
  14. James Tenney: For Ann, Rising. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007.

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A Connecticut Tommy in Smetana's Court
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Tsatske Kazatski (trad.), from "A Touch of Klez". Klezmer Conservatory Band. Vanguard cassette CV 79455.
  3. Biedrich Smetana: The Bartered Bride, overture excerpts. From "Beliebte Ouvertüren Vol. I", Süddeutsche Philharmonic, Alfred Scholz, conductor. PILZ CD 160 170.
  4. Keith Moore: Three Pieces, excerpts. Recording provided by the composer.
    Pachelbel Canon mix:
  5. Orchestre de Chambre Jean-François Paillard. Erato CD 2292-45200-2.
  6. J. F. Paillard Chamber Orchestra. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 10002.
  7. George Rochberg, String Quartet No. 6, third movement. Concord String Quartet. RCA Red Seal LP ARL2-4198.
  8. Michael Dana and the Electronic Orchestra [unidentified cassette]
    end of mix
  9. Kurt Weill: The Seven Deadly Sings, Prologue and Sloth. Julia Migenes, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. CBS Records CD MK44529.
    Recordings of Keith Moore's music were all provided by the composer.
  10. Keith Moore: VENT.
  11. Keith Moore: From the Diary of an Organaut.
  12. Keith Moore: hiatus pitch.
  13. Keith Moore: Vagrants on Every Floor.
  14. Keith Moore: Citizen Arrest.
  15. Keith Moore: Conception.
  16. David Gunn: Best of the Sesquihour, Mark VIII. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Kurt Weill: Alabama Song. Sung by Dagmar Krause. From "Supply & Demand" Hannibal Records CD HNCD 1317.
  18. Kurt Weill: Morität. Sung by Dagmar Krause.
  19. Kurt Weill: Kannonen Song. Sung by Dagmar Krause.

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Cole Slaw
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Alan Hovhaness: Symphony No. 2, "Mysterious Mountain". American Composer Orchestra, Dennis Russel Davies, conductor. MusicMasters CD MMD 60204K.
  3. Kaija Saariaho: Fall, from Maa: Ballet Music in Seven Scenes. Pauliina Ahola, harp. Ondine CD ODE 791-2.
  4. Arthur Honneger: Pacific 231. City of Birhmingham Symphony Orchestra, Louis Frémaux, conductor. Arabesque Recordings LP 8035.
  5. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Ornette Coleman Quartet. From "The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz". CBS Special Products LP set R-033. Original on Atlantic LP SD-1317.
  6. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps". Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  7. Stephen Gryc: Five Preludes. John Wion, flute. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Stephen Gryc: Fantasy Variations. Canberra String Quartet. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Stephen Gryc: A Dance Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra. Scott Bridges, clarinet; University of Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Carlton McCreery, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Point of Order. Excerpts of the Army-McCarthy Hearings. Columbia LP KOL 6070.
  11. John Zorn: Spillane, excerpt. From "Late in the 20th Century". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  12. Conlon Nancarrow: Piece No. 1 for Small Orchestra. Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  13. William Bolcom: Orphée-Sérénade, first movement. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. From "Points of Departure". Deutsche Grammophon CD 435 389-2.
  14. Stephen Gryc: Clouds Fly Past the Moon, third movement of The Moon's Mirror: Three Nocturnes for Flute and Chamber Orchestra. John Wion, flute; New River Chamber Players, Tibor Pusztai, conductor. Opus One CD 166.

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Missing in March
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire, excerpt. Orchestra of Our Time, Joel Thome, conductor. Vox CD CDX5144.
  3. Kaija Saariaho: Du cristal. Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. Ondine CD ODE 804-2.
  4. Cecil Taylor: Winged Serpent. Soul Note LP SN 1089.
  5. Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life. Sung by Nat King Cole. Smithsonian LP R031. Original (1961) on Capitol SWCL-1613.
  6. Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life. Sung by Kate Westbrook. From "Love for Sale". hat ART LP 2031.
  7. Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life. Sung by Jill Levis, arranged by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Laurie Spiegel: Strand of Life ("Viroid"). From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  9. Roger Sessions: Symphony No. 3, Fourth Movement, Allegro con fuoco. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Igor Buketoff, conductor. RCA Red Seal LP LSC-3095.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Missingen March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  11. David Gunn: The Missing Inn March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  12. Beach Boys: Help Me, Rhonda. From "The Beach Boys All-Time Greatest Hits". CEMA Special Markets CD CDL 57355.
  13. David Gunn: The Help Me Rondo. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Lili Boulanger: Psaume 24. Orchestre Lamoureux, Igor Markevitch, conductor. Everest LP SDBR 3059.
  15. Todd Levin: Blur: Fragrance-Free Mix. London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. From "DeLuxe". Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 847-2.

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Ghost Fliers on the Road
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Philip Glass: Company, movements I-II. Kronos Quartet. Nonesuch CD E2-79111.
  3. [Tangazo]
  4. Philip Glass: Company, movement III. Kronos Quartet.
  5. Ghost Riders in the Sky Performed by Spike Jones.
  6. Philip Glass: Company, movement IV. Kronos Quartet.
  7. Neil B. Rolnick: Wondrous Love. George Lewis, trombone. From "ElectriCity" O.O.Discs No. 8.
  8. "Blue" Gene Tyranny: Country Boy, Country Dog, from "Country Boy, Country Dog: (How to Discover Music in the Sounds of Your Daily Life)". Lovely Music CD LCD 1065.
  9. Duke Ellington: Take the "A" Train. Jonathan & Darlene Edwards [Jo Stafford and Paul Weston]
  10. Kaija Saariaho: Io. Avanti Chamber Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  11. Bernard Hermann: Music from Journey to the Center of the Earth. Bernard Hermann, conductor. London Phase 4 LP SPC 21151.
  12. Ferde Grofé: Grand Canyon Suite, excerpts. Seattle Symphony, Gerard Schwarz, conductor. From "Out West!". Delos CD 13491 3104 2.
  13. Phil Burk: Squiggle. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Missingen March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  15. David Gunn: The Missing Inn March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  16. Larry Austin: The Sounds from LaBarbara: The Name, The Sounds, The Music. from "The Virtuoso in the Computer Age -- III". CDCM Computer Music Series, Volume 13. Centaur CD CRC 2166.
  17. Larry Polansky: B'rey Sheet. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact Records CD ART 1004.
  18. Richard Greene and Joe Finetti: Shut Up and Sing!. Sung by The Bobs. From "Shut Up and Sing!". Rounder CD 9039.

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Wrestling Vincent Van Gogh
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. George Gershwin: An American in Paris, excerpt. Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri, conductor. Philips CD D183824.
  3. Calliope Tsoupaki: Music for Saxophones. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Musiek Producties CD WVH164.
  4. Marc Battier: Harpe éolienne 2. From "transparences". Bond Age CD 562011.
  5. Anne LaBerge: never again. From "blow" Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  6. Robert HP Platz: from fear of thunder, dreams.... Ensemble Köln. Wergo CD 286 521-2.
  7. Benedict Mason: Lighthouses of England & Wales, excerpt. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Lothar Zagrosek, conductor. Collins Classics CD 20042.
  8. Maria de Alvear: En Amor Duro, excerpt. Hildegard Kleeb, piano. hat ART CD CD 6112.
  9. Eliane Radigue: Kyema, Intermediate States, excerpt. Experimental Intermedia Foundation CD XI 103.
  10. Kaija Saariaho: Près. Anssi Karttunen, cello. RTVE Sibila CD SIB-003.
  11. Rhys Chatham: Die Donnergötter, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. David Gunn: The Missing Inn March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Missingen March. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  14. Laurie Spiegel: The Hollows. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  15. Alcedo Coenen: Algorithmix, part 15, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.

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